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Korea Handball Association pays 3 million won for first win and 5 million won for second win at Olympics

Women’s handball team at the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games

The Korea Handball Association introduced a victory allowance system at the Paris Olympics.

On the 20th, the Korea Handball Association held a media day event to kick off training for the women’s national team at the Jincheon National Team Training Center in North Chungcheong Province.

At the Media Day event on this day, the Korea Handball Association announced the details of the prize money to be offered to the athletes at the Paris Olympics. 안전놀이터

Gyu-Oh Gyu, Secretary General of the Korea Handball Association, said, “The association has standards for Olympic awards. We plan to give 100 million won per player if a gold medal is won, 50 million won for a silver medal, and 30 million won for a bronze medal.”

In addition, considering that women’s handball recently ranked 10th in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games and 8th place in the 2021 Tokyo Games in the Olympic finals, an additional victory allowance system was introduced to provide tangible benefits to players. 슬롯사이트

It was decided that if one wins in the finals, a winning allowance of 3 million won will be paid, and from the second win, the winning allowance will be increased to 5 million won.

As a result, each player will receive a winning allowance of 8 million won for two wins in the finals, and 13 million won for three wins.

Korea was placed in Group A along with European teams such as Norway, Germany, Slovenia, Sweden, and Denmark in the finals of the Paris Olympics.

The most recent example of Korean women’s handball winning a medal at the Olympics was the bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Games. 토토사이트 순위


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